Twice a day, approximately 160 billion tons of seawater is pulled into the world-famous Bay of Fundy. More than four times the combined flow of the freshwater rivers on the planet is forced into a tighter and shallower area as the bay narrows.
At low tide, this beach extends for half a kilometer (a third of a mile) into the Bay of Fundy, exposing a two and a half kilometer (one-and-a-half-mile) long shoreline and a large swath of ocean floor that is perfect for exploring.
Come see the world’s highest (and lowest) tides in the world!
Click here for the 2023 Tide Schedule for St. Martins, NB